Welcome to the Supconnect Weekly Recap, our countdown of the Top 5 biggest news, reviews, interviews and features surrounding the world of Stand Up Paddleboarding. If you’ve got anything newsworthy, weird or worth reading about, don’t be shy to share the scoop with us via e-mail.
5. 5 Places to Paddle in Cold Weather
Heat Score - 68
When thinking of stand up paddling many imagine the warm, clear waters of somewhere tropical like Hawaii, Tahiti, or Florida as the perfect, most beautiful places to get on a SUP and explore. Check out the destinations HERE.
4. BOTE Goes Big With New Inflatable Floating Dock
Heat Score - 74
Along with a range of premium stand up paddle boards, paddles, fins, and other accessories for the adventurous waterman, BOTE has now added an inflatable dock to its fleet of ultra rugged gear. The BOTE Dock is a 100 square foot floating inflatable dock and swim platform. From floating off the beach to doing yoga and jumping in the water with family and friends, the BOTE Dock has something to offer people of all ages and affinities. Learn more HERE.
3. Top Mistakes Made When Paddling With Your Dog
Heat Score - 81
Taking your pup for a ride on your paddle board is a really fun way to spend more time with your furry friend while also getting some time on the water. There are however a handful of mistakes that paddlers are making when taking their pets on board. Here are a few of the top mistakes being made when paddling with your pets.
2. SUP Pictures By Nicholas Spooner
Heat Score - 90
We all can appreciate a good photo when we see one and in the Supconnect Photographer Series, we do just that. We connect with exceptional photographers in and out of the stand up paddle boarding world and showcase some of their many fantastic photos. This week, we are stoked to highlight adventure and landscape photographer Nicholas Spooner from Montreal, Canada. Take a look HERE.
1. Tips for Traveling with a Paddle Board
Heat Score - 96
One of the best things about paddle boarding is the ability to do it just about anywhere… as long as there’s water. The downside? Traveling with a paddle board isn’t always the easiest, especially when you’ve got a 14-footer. We checked in with some of SUPs best athletes, and pro world travelers, to share their tips on how to travel with a paddle board. Check it out HERE.
Photo Of The Week
Description: Dawn patrol on the Little Falls section of the Potomac. Just minutes from downtown Washington, DC.
Location: Potomac River, Washington DC
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